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Stayed for our anniversary and upgraded to a superior room. The bin hadn't been emptied, elastic bands on the floor and hairs on the bathroom floor. Did get an apology and a glass of wine but not really acceptable for a superior room (or any room). Couldn't fault the staff though, pleasant and ...
Beautiful old hotel in exceptionally attractive grounds. Close to the centre of Harrogate but no noise from thr town at all. Plenty of parking available. We only ate breakfast, but we had no complaints at all. An ideal place to see Harrogate and also to use as a base to see other places in North ...
Large room but we found to be rather stuffy as could not reach to open the window. breakfast good choice; Did not use the restaurant in the evening Instead had a bar meal which was good.
I booked a single room for a two night midweek stay. As the Guest House was quiet I was upgraded to an en-suite double room at no extra cost. The room was warm, very clean and the bed was very comfortable. Tea and coffee making facilities were provided as was a small fridge which was an added bonus.The ...
Packed with grand stately homes, elegant churches, and medieval towns and cities, North Yorkshire is a gem of a holiday destination. There may be a lot to North Yorkshire, but the main draw for tourists is without doubt the ample unspoiled countryside. With more than 40% of the county's land designated as National Parks, it's easy to understand the attraction.
It's not only the picturesque landscapes that lure in visitors to this county, however. North Yorkshire is also well known for its abundance of superb hotels. From welcoming guesthouses to elegant spa retreats, the county's four-star hotels are as impressive as any in the country.
Many visitors head to North Yorkshire in search of some peace and quiet, seeking some respite from their busy day to day lives. With such a wealth of countryside and so many small and welcoming villages, the attraction is clear. Recognising the need for relaxation, plenty of four-star hotels in North Yorkshire come complete with spa facilities.
Middlethorpe Hall and Spa Hotel is easily one of the most elegant hotels in North Yorkshire, and features an impressive array of relaxing spa facilities. The building itself is a stunning Georgian country house set in gorgeous gardens, just outside York. Guests can enjoy a number of hands-on treatments, as well as a spa tub, indoor pool and state of the art fitness suite.
Some holidaymakers prefer their accommodation a little simpler. While comfort should always be a top priority, not everyone has the need for a list of facilities as long as their arm. The myriad of welcoming guesthouses spread around North Yorkshire offer a more intimate, personal and straightforward place to stay.
Marmadukes Townhouse Hotel is a four-star property on the edge of York which has been finished to an impressively high standard. In addition to more than 20 guest rooms, the hotel offers a pair of bars, a 24-hour front desk and a bespoke wedding service.
It's not only holidaymakers who travel to North Yorkshire's hotels. As the largest county in England, North Yorkshire also features some thriving economic centres. For business stop-overs and industry conferences, there are plenty of hotels in North Yorkshire offering specialist facilities for professional guests.
The Best Western Plus Dean Court Hotel features some generous conference space and a handful of smaller meeting rooms. There's a fast and secure WiFi connection which reaches throughout the property, and it’s unrivalled location in the heart of York means it couldn't be easier to get to.
With plenty of exciting attractions and open countryside, North Yorkshire is a big hit with travelling families. There are a lot of family-friendly hotels in North Yorkshire too, welcoming visitors of all ages.
The Coniston Hotel and Country Estate is ideal for families, with huge grounds for kids to play in. Pets are also welcome, meaning nobody has to miss out on the fun of a holiday on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. There's even an on-site spa, where parents can relax after a long day's sightseeing.